2016

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  • Minute Clinic: What Can You Learn From Leap Frog?

    In today’s clinic we will learn how companies in the chemical industry can better manage changes, gain financial and organizational flexibility, improve productivity and enhance client relationships all by taking a cue from the classic schoolyard game, leap frog.

    Our expert in the clinic is Chuck Deise, vice president in industrial, chemical and energy for Xerox Business Services. Chuck is a key member of the leadership team and is responsible for advising strategic clients on enterprise strategies to increase sustainable business performance, digitally transform and implement next generation business processes to improve productivity and optimize operations.

    Click to listen to this podcast now! Run time is 14:55

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    11/28/2016
  • Minute Clinic: The Value Of A Digital Twin

    In this Minute Clinic, we learn about digital twins. According to Siemens, a digital twin is a virtual copy of something that is modeled to behave realistically. It models the product design all the way through to the manufacturing execution and all the steps in between. Joining us today is Dr. Ravi Aglave, director of chemical and processing at Siemens PLM Software.

    Click to listen to this podcast now! Run time is 7:43

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    Traci Purdum, senior digital editor
    11/07/2016
  • Minute Clinic: From Lab Scale To Plant Scale

    In today’s Minute Clinic we learn about simulation and how it aids scale-up in the chemical processing industry. According to our expert -- Dr. Ravindra Aglave, director of chemical processing at CD-adapco a Siemens business -- you can imagine how the scaled-up system would behave based on expected outcomes from the process. This behavior is inherently tied to the physics governing the system. It is quite common to perform trial and error procedure to understand the behavior rather than trying to build relationships between the variables governing the system. Listen to this short podcast to learn more – and to hear how Aglave compares raising children with scale-up issues.

    Click to listen to this podcast now! Run time is 10:14

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    Traci Purdum, Senior Digital Editor
    07/12/2016
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